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Fox News Had A Tarot Card Reader On To Predict Trump's 2024—And It Backfired Perfectly

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When Fox host Jesse Watters had a tarot card reader on to predict 'what's in store for Trump in 2024,' she drew the Five of Cups, and it was almost too perfect.

A tarot card reader appeared as a guest on Jesse Watters' Fox News show to predict what is in the cards for former Republican President Donald Trump this year. And it did not go well.

Trump is currently the GOP frontrunner of the 2024 primaries despite his 91 federal charges across four indictments for a series of alleged crimes committed before and during his administration.

He now faces an additional challenge of ballot eligibility on his way to the White House.

Trump has been disqualified twice from the 2024 ballot under the 14th Amendment’s insurrection ban after Colorado and Maine declared the former twice-impeached President was ineligible for the Oval Office for his involvement in inciting the January 6, 2021 U.S. Capitol attack.

Following Maine's decision on Tuesday, Trump appealed to the Kennebec County Superior Court. The dispute could be headed for the U.S. Supreme Court.

On Tuesday's Fox News broadcast, host Jesse Watters invited psychic Paula Roberts–self-described clairvoyant and ghost hunter–on the program to do a tarot card reading for Trump.

When Watters asked Roberts to produce one card from her stack for Trump, she revealed the Five of Cups card depicted by a lone cloaked figure reminiscent of the Grim Reaper.

Both Roberts and Watters remarked, "Uh-oh."

Sensing that the card was not a cause for celebrating, the giggly Fox host inquired:

“What is that?”

To which Roberts replied:

“A sense of lossbut it’s very specific."

Here's a clip.

The Five of Cups card depicts a forlorn individual being more focused on the fallen three cups in front of them instead of on the two cups remaining upright.

The card can be interpreted as dejection, misery, or grief over past events, but it can also mean being blind to the positives of a given situation.

As Watters sighed, Roberts imparted:

“It’s as if he may be thinking more about what he’s lost, and not still taking full advantage of what he still has.”

Here is an extended clip of the segment.

Social media users were amused by the sign from another realm.

Users resonated with a literal interpretation that sounds right on the nose for the former president whose obsession with his 2020 loss may just lead to a repeat loss in 2024.

The segment concluded with Watters asking Roberts to do a reading for Democratic President Joe Biden.

She produced the Nine of Pentacles card, and when Watters asked what it meant, she replied:

“Lots and lots and lots and lots of money. Lots of money."

In response, Watters asked, "From China?"

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